Prius driver collides with pedestrian who apparently ran into street

A pedestrian was struck and seriously injured near the Panhandle in San Francisco on Tuesday night, police said.

The collision occurred just after 8:30 p.m. on Fell Street at Clayton Street, according to police.

A 51-year-old man was driving a silver Toyota Prius west on Fell on a green light when the pedestrian, a 20-year-old man, apparently ran into the street, according to police.

The pedestrian struck the vehicle’s hood and windshield and suffered life-threatening injuries, police said. His condition was described as stable as of this morning.

No arrest was made in the case, police said.PanhandlePriusSan Francisco Police Departmenttraffic collision

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